Upcoming Benelli TNT 750 Spotted At A Dealership

Last Updated On: February 16, 2017
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The bike which was speculated to arrive in India is now soon going to be a reality. This can be stated as the upcoming Benelli TNT 750 is spotted at a dealership. This is the first time that the production model has been spotted at any dealership and before this, only the testing model was spotted on roads. Benelli’s key rival, KTM is already present with its Duke 790 model and the TNT 750 will be positioned against it.

Benelli TNT 750
Benelli TNT 750 Front

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The Benelli TNT 750 is a naked roadster which has taken a lot of inspiration from the Ducati Monster and slightly from the Kawasaki’s ER-6N. With projector headlamps placed vertically, the bike gets an aggressive styling, reflecting the message of its evolution clearly. The bike packs twin projectors which are stacked one over the other, chunky upside down forks at the front, mono-shock at the rear, exposed steel trellis frame and ABS.

Benelli TNT 750
Benelli TNT 750 Spotted

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Talking about the engine unit, the maximum power will range between 100-105 hp and with a light-weight construction, the performance will be exciting. Benelli has managed to gain a significant attention in the Indian market. Currently, the brand is present with six models in its lineup, which include TNT 25, TNT 300, TNT 600i, TNT 600 GT, TNT 899 and TNT R. It would not be surprising if Benelli brings the upcoming TNT 750 in India as well.

Benelli TNT 750
TNT 750 Exhaust

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Benelli TNT 750 will be unveiled at the 2017 EICMA show in November and the launch will first take place in the European markets. After this, the bike will be introduced in the Indian market as well. Currently, Benelli is gearing up to introduce the Tornado 302 in India. The bike is the full-faired version of the TNT 300 and is expected to gain a better response.

Let’s see how Benelli plans to introduce the upcoming models in India and compete against KTM.

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